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"[Jeeves] put the good old cup of tea softly on the table by my bed, and I took a refreshing sip. Just right, as usual. Not too hot, not too sweet, not too weak, not too strong, not too much milk, and not a dropped spilled on the saucer. A most amazing cove, Jeeves. So dashed competent in every respect." (page 9)

"'What! I'm hanged if I do!'
'And you call yourself a pal of mine!'
'Yes, I know; but there are limits.'
'Bertie,' said Bingo reproachfully, 'I saved your life once.'
'When?'
'Didn't I? It must have been some other fellow, then. Well, anyway, we were boys together and all that. You can't let me down.'" (page 23)






"[Aunt Agatha:] 'It is young men like you, Bertie, who make the person with the future of the race at heart despair. Cursed with...

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